With regards to employee engagement, what do you do if your executive team can‘t agree? Some see symptoms of deep disengagement, while others don’t. Suggestions for how to intervene go nowhere, stuff that used to work in the past no longer succeeds and other companies’ case studies seem not to apply.
As Tolstoy said in Anna Karenina: “Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.”
My experience supports the notion
Source:: How Your Company Should Address Staff Engagement Questions
Do the skills required to be a great leader spring from an inborn set of traits? Or can they be developed over time? Here’s a surprising answer – not only can they be grown, but they all come down to a single, rarely talked about ability that isn’t taught but certainly can be learned.
There are lots of articles with “Top-Ten-Skills-for-Leaders” floating around. They promise to answer a simple question – “How are leaders made?” –
Source:: Easy First Steps to Become an Enlightened Leader